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News For All! To spread awareness among the society for respecting elders and caring isolated elderly people Anadi is organizing an event on 26 April, 2015 at MCF Auditorium. To be a part of it you can contact @ our front office S-18, Eldeco Station-1 Mall, Sec-12, Faridabad.To give a platform to the young talents 'Anadi' is organizing an Inter School Competition on 16th Feb 2015. Come! Be a part of it and show your potential to the world.“Na pooja se, na geeta se adaa hoti hai, Na baadshaahon ki daulat se ataa hoti hai, Rehmatein barasti hain sirf aur sirf unpar, Jinke daaman mein buzurgon ki dua hoti hai” Inspired by these lines, Anadi seva prakalp led by Mr. Pranav Shukla is launching a 3 month long campaign – “Anadi Swaasthya Abhiyaan” especially for the elderly with the help of a group of doctors from varied specialties. The campaign started from village Pali on June 23, 2013 moving onto the neighboring areas like Dhauj, Bhakri, Suroorpur and Mohtabad , NIT 1,2,3,4,5 on subsequent weekends. The checkup shall start in the morning from 11.00 a.m. extending upto the afternoon till 2.00 P.M. The medical specialities shall include Orthopaedics, dentistry, surgery as well as general medicine. Directed towards the elderly as well as the general population, the campaign also aims to spread awareness towards the common health issues, besides providing them with health checkup.Anadi successfully met its target for the number of followers @ Earth Hour initiative driven by Anadi.HOLI MILAN. Anadi Seva Sadan Celebrated HOLI with the elders of the Ashram. Anadi, in association with G6SaveEarth, organized a Go Green drive on 28th Feb, 2010. Members planted trees in sec 21c..Go Green Drive 3 - Say NO to Plastic. G6 Save Earth in collaboration with Anadi, drive on 22 & 23 may, 10. Distributing eco friendly bags..
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    Buffalo Milk   Cow Milk
Health benefits:
  More cholesterol, more fat, more calories.   Less cholesterol, less fat, lesser calories.
Properties:   100% more fat content than cow's milk; preserved for longer   Lower in fat than buffalo milk; preserved for less time.
Description:   White, non-transparent liquid from the mammary animal, the buffalo.   White, non-transparent liquid from the mammary animal, the cow.
Uses:   Produces thick and creamy dairy products suitable for the manufacture of traditional (indigenous) milk products like Khoa, Yogurt, Paneer (Cottage cheese), creamy desserts, Malai, Kulfi and Ghee   Dairy products: curds, sweets, cheese – but less thick and creamy
Top consumers/producers:   India is top followed by Pakistan. Not consumed in western countries apart from Italy   Consumed all over the world, especially western countries

Cows and buffaloes are both large domesticated cattle animals of the bovine subfamily, but differ in their tribe and genus. A good cow gives around 15 to 20 liters of milk, whereas a good buffalo gives anywhere between 7 to 11 liters milk per day.

Buffalo milk has 100% more fat content than cow's milk, which makes it creamier and thicker. Due to high peroxidase activity (family of enzymes that are a catalyst for reactions), buffalo milk can be preserved naturally for a longer period.

Buffalo milk contains more calcium, a better calcium to phosphorous ratio and less sodium and potassium which makes it a better nutritional supplement for infants. Cow’s milk is extremely rich in iodine. It has good amount of minerals like Calcium and Phosphorus.

India followed by Pakistan is the top producer of buffalo milk. China and Italy follow. India is the top producer and consumer of cow and buffalo milk. Western countries consume mostly cow's milk.

Higher total solids in buffalo milk also provide for more calories than cow milk (100 calories are derived from 100g of buffalo milk while 70 calories from 100g of cow milk). Buffalo milk contains less cholesterol (total cholesterol 275 mg and free cholesterol 212mg per 100 g of fat) compared to cow milk (total cholesterol 330 mg and free cholesterol 280mg per 100 g of fat) Buffalo’s milk is good for healthy bones, dental health, cardiovascular health and weight gain.

Cow’s milk is beneficial for healthy bones, dental health, obesity reduction in children, protection from thyroid and protection of heart.

Buffalo milk produces thick and creamy dairy products suitable for the manufacture of traditional (indigenous Indian) milk products like khoa, dahi, paneer, kheer, payasam, malai, kulfi and ghee. Cows milk being less creamy and thick is better used for sweets that are chenna based products like sandesh, rasagolla, chumchum and rasamalai. Buffalo milk is used widely in western countries for the production of buffalo mozzarella cheese.